FrontPage Extensions in Shared Hosting
We support FrontPage Extensions with every single shared hosting plan that we provide and unlike most of the website hosting companies nowadays, we won't discontinue this particularfeature, so it will be up to you if you will build and maintain your worldwide web presence employing FrontPage or some other website design software. After all, when you're moving an existing website to our servers, it's likely that you've invested time, money and efforts and we would not want all that to go in vain. You are able to activate FrontPage Extensions individually for each and every domain name or subdomain from the Hepsia Control Panel, which means that it won't be a problem to have the main website built with FrontPage and employ a script application in a subdomain for a forum, for example - the two will not conflict in any way. When you decide that you want to move to a different platform, you can deactivate FrontPage Extensions with only a couple of clicks.
FrontPage Extensions in Semi-dedicated Servers
FrontPage Extensions is one of the features which are included with all of our semi-dedicated hosting plans. Unlike other website hosting service providers, we've decided not to stop it and to leave the choice of web design application to you. FrontPage Extensions can be enabled for a particular domain or subdomain, not for the account as a whole, so our system will add the necessary system files only in the folder where you need them, while in other folders you will be able to install any script-driven application or employ some other website design software for a site which will be either an add-on to the main one or a standalone one. It'll take you just a few clicks to activate FrontPage Extensions through the Hosted Domains area of the Hepsia Control Panel which is included with the semi-dedicated accounts and it's just as simple to deactivate them. When you use our web hosting services, you will not have to waste long years of work if you had hosted your website with a different company so far.